You will find everything from al fresco eating in the delightful Market Square (a great place to take a break while walking the Town Trail), cream teas in medieval surroundings and Spanish tapas right through to modern British fine dining.
There are also a multitude of independent cafés and teashops as well as restaurants featuring cuisine from all corners of the globe.
Here the traditional country pub really comes in to its own – but think beyond conventional English pub grub or gastropubs. Instead expect gardens with great views of the Downs, cosy log fires in winter and landlords who keep great cellars and serve great food. The farmland of the South Downs is a fantastic resource so look out for plenty of locally sourced ingredients on the menus.
Locally sourced ingredients are also a feature at the award-winning Cowdray Farm Shop & Café on the outskirts of Midhurst. In store there is a traditional butchery with much of the meat coming from the Cowdray Home Farm, a comprehensive deli counter with a range of artisan cheeses and a selection of charcuterie.
Fitzcane’s is a lively and friendly cafe offering breakfast, light lunches, afternoon teas, and delicious local ice cream. It has ‘free from’ options, free wifi, and is dog friendly. There is additional seating in its delightful sunny garden.
01730 817951 | email@example.com | North Street, Midhurst GU29 9DJ
Langham Brewery are an independent steam-powered craft microbrewery, situated within the Cowdray Estate in the South Downs National Park, between Petworth and Midhurst.
01798 860861 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Langham Stables, Lodsworth, West Sussex GU28 9BU
Park House is a quintessentially English, award-winning, family-owned, small, luxury country house hotel and spa.
01730 819000 | email@example.com | Bepton, Nr Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 0JB
Conjuring up romantic notions of the sea and coastal life, Seven Fish canteen, bar & grill brings the flavours of the coast inland.
01730 716280 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Rothermere, North Street, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 9DJ
Set in the heart of the glorious South Downs National Park the 250 year old Halfway Bridge Inn is flanked by two historic market towns: Midhurst and Petworth.
01798 861281 | halfwaybridge.co.uk | Lodsworth, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 9BP
One of England’s oldest coaching inns, the 15th Century Spread Eagle Hotel and Spa welcomes you with a fine blend of traditional charm and contemporary comfort.
01730 816911 | email@example.com | South Street, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 9NH
If you run a tourism-related business within the Midhurst area and would like to see your advert here, please get in touch!
firstname.lastname@example.org | Midhurst Tourism Partnership, c/o Midhurst Town Council, The Old Library, Knockhundred Row, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 9DQ